Healthy families make physical fitness, sound nutrition and social interactions a priority, utilizing fun activities and enjoyable adventures.
One of the easiest digestive health tips is to fuel up with good foods for digestion. The more types of friendly gut bacteria we harbor, the better job of digestion the gut does, and the less chance that a particular food or food component will upset it or trigger a harmful inflammatory response.
We parents have a constant struggle with our children when it comes to nutrition. We want them to eat healthy and eat often, but they don’t make it easy on us. Whether you’re heading out on vacation, a road trip, a day out of the house, a play-date at the park, or just exasperated at
For some time now there have been reports that juice is linked to child obesity, and what once was a staple of a healthy breakfast has now been considered an unhealthy choice for your kids. This has been reflected in the consistent dropping of sales in orange juice over the years, but for those of
Summer is near us, and hydrating is surprisingly a common and even dangerous concern among the young and elderly, but also everyone else. It’s very easy to avoid hydrating properly, and when the right circumstances occur this could result in hospitalization or worse. A study was recently done and shared on acefitness.com to evaluate exactly
Pat yourself on the back when you choose 100 percent fruit juice over sugary “juice drinks.” Your choice shows that you are aware that juice drinks are loaded with refined sugars and artificial flavorings and amount to empty calories and you are making a healthier choice. 100% Indian River Select® Brand Orange or Grapefruit juice
We found this article at Florida Department of Citrus and we’re delighted to share more information about the affects of children drinking 100% orange juice. Juice is often connected with obesity and weight gain in young children, but this recent study done shows that just isn’t true in the case of 100% orange juice. So
Spring is almost here according to our calendar (and hopefully the weather will reflect it) so it’s time to say goodbye to rich soups, stews, pastas and feel-good desserts and prepare for a lighter and more health oriented season. It’s no surprise we tend to hibernate and some of our eating habits get thrown to
March is National Nutrition Month and healthy living is directly tied to what we eat and how it affects our entire body. This article breaks down the importance of fruits and vegetables in living a nutritious lifestyle. Remember Mom telling you to “eat your vegetables?” Well, according to the Harvard School of Public Health, that
We all know how important it is to eat healthy, and getting kids to eat less sugar is a perfect way to start. Too much sugar can build up and can be stored as fat. There are alternatives to sugar that taste good and prevent the build up of fat. 1) Honey Honey contains natural